Abuja -? The trial of a former Governor of Adamawa State, Murtala Nyako, who
is facing a plethora of charges, has been adjourned to March.
Nyako is under probe alongside his son, Abdul-Aziz, and
Abubakar Aliyu as well as Zulkifikk Abba.
They are facing prosecution after the Economic and
Financial Crimes Commission arraigned them on a 37-count charge bordering on
criminal conspiracy, stealing, abuse of office and money laundering to the tune
of N29 billion.
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?They are alleged to have at various times between 2011
and 2013, using some companies to commit the fraud. The companies have been cited as Blue Opal Nigeria limited, Serore
Farms & Extension Limited, Pagoda Fortunes Limited, Towers Assets
Management Limited and Crust Energy Limited.
At the resumption of trial on Thursday, some witnessed
Justice Chukwu thereafter adjourned the case
until March 15 and 16 forr continuation of trial.
- CAJ News